When playing Scarecrow is more real than Oz

  By Amanda McNulty   Morgan Reynolds’ head may have been scratching when the offer was hatching: he was about to become the Scarecrow. … [Read more...]

Broadway’s Victor Sho: the backpack performer gives a look into the spotlight

By El'excia Allen Victor Sho is a man of many accomplishments: he dances, acts, models, teaches and works with some of the world’s most … [Read more...]

Nico DeJesus is ‘carrying the banner’ with Newsies

By Amanda McNulty   Before “Carrying the Banner” and “Seizing the Day” across the nation, Nico DeJesus auditioned for Disney’s hit musical Newsies. … [Read more...]

Balancing business, Broadway and fame with ‘Glee’ star Matthew Morrison

By Rebekah Dunn We recently caught up with Glee star Matthew Morrison to capture his views on fame. We’ve been jittery with excitement (me in … [Read more...]

Stage-door chat with Giuseppe Bausilio: On his way to becoming “awesomely famous”!

By Amanda McNulty   Every actor’s hopes and dreams focus on that single word: fame. Known as one of the most difficult professions, it can take a … [Read more...]

Awards are only a small reward for Broadway’s Greg Haney

By Amelia Gilmer   Greg Haney is on his way to becoming one of Broadway’s big names. This 30-year-old dancer has frequented the stage in … [Read more...]

Glee’s Matthew Morrison: There’s no “one direction”

There is no one direction. That's what Glee star and Broadway veteran Matthew Morrison told us last week on the red carpet. But no worries to … [Read more...]

Big-dreaming advice from pop star (and Tony winner!) Cyndi Lauper

Cyndi Lauper became famous long ago for telling us that "girls just wanna have fun." But that was a just a song. When Cyndi gets serious, which … [Read more...]

The man who knows Les Mis better than anyone!

Lately the musical Les Misérables has been generating quite a buzz thanks to the release of the film-adaptation. But if you think you’re a Les Mis … [Read more...]

When your life becomes a business, are you fit for it?

Think about the amount of physical work actors and actresses do on stage. Now imagine what happens if a performer gets hurt … There’s not much … [Read more...]